“Windows detective” @PhantomOcean3 found that Microsoft has hidden some local functional adjustments in the latest Win11 development version Build 25247, such as the “Launch apps” page in Settings. ” page in Settings.
In addition to the design changes related to the appearance of the Settings page, Microsoft has also hidden some interesting things inside Settings that may cause Windows enthusiasts to dig deeper.
As we can see from the picture he gave us, there are some small changes to the “Startup Applications” page in Win11 Settings, where Microsoft lists the various applications that run when Windows starts.
Although this feature is not yet publicly available, it seems that Microsoft is gradually improving this option to allow users to see the installation directory or file location of these Win32-based applications.
Previously, to find the installation location of a program you needed to right-click “Open file location” through Task Manager to enter the corresponding folder directory, but now you can find the corresponding path directly from the program page, which is still very useful in some ways.
This feature is currently hidden and you need to force it on via vivotool (id:41075629).
In addition, he also found a new option where you can choose to set certain UI in Win11 back to the classic style.
In addition, the new version of Win11 Dev 25247 includes some other hidden updates, such as a link to “Recycle or depreciate PCs” in Settings.